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Dr Simon Carmel

Lecturer
EBS - Management and Marketing
Dr Simon Carmel
  • Email

  • Telephone

    +44 (0) 1206 874769

  • Location

    EBS.3.61, Colchester Campus

  • Academic support hours

    You can find details of Academic Support hours on the EBS UG and PG information page on Moodle or by calling EBS Student Services on 01206873911

Profile

Biography

I joined the University of Essex in July 2005 and took up my present post in Essex Business School in January 2013. Previous responsibilities and posts include: Acting Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences, Essex; Associate Dean, Faculty of Social Sciences, Essex; Lecturer in Health Studies, School of Health and Human Sciences, Essex; Senior Research Officer, University Hospital Lewisham; Research Fellow, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; Research Fellow, Intensive Care National Audit & Research Centre.

Qualifications

  • PhD (London), Sociology as Applied to Medicine

  • MSc (Surrey), Social Research

  • MSc (Liverpool), Software Engineering

  • BSc (Durham), Natural Sciences

  • Senior Fellow, Higher Education Academy

Research and professional activities

Research interests

professional values

Open to supervise

organisational and workplace ethnography

Open to supervise

teamwork, inter-professional relations and the division of labour

Open to supervise

academic evaluation of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

Open to supervise

micro-social theory (interactionism, strong structuration, practice theory)

Open to supervise

the concept of vocation

Open to supervise

Conferences and presentations

2017: The association of institutional location with two moral orders of professionalism, International Sociological Association Research Committee 52 Interim conference, Oslo, June.

Oslo, Norway, 2017

2017: 'Two moral orders of professionalism, Centre for Work, Organisational and Society, Essex Business School, May.

Colchester, United Kingdom, 2017

2017: SST and the enactment of professional values (with Pinar Guven-Uslu). Strong Structuration in Management and Accounting Research Workshop, University of Essex, May.

Colchester, United Kingdom, 2017

2016: 'Paradoxical Clinical Practice',Process in Organisational Studies Symposium, Corfu, June.

Corfu, Greece, 2016

2016: Habitus and (in)active agency in public sector management accounting (with Pinar Guven-Uslu). Strong Structuration in Management and Accounting Research Workshop, Paris, May

Paris, France, 2016

2014: 'Science, marketing and professional values', Essex Business School Research Conference, January

Colchester, United Kingdom, 2014

2013: 'Science, marketing and professional values', International Sociological Association Research Committee 52 Interim Conference, Lisbon, November.

Lisbon, Portugal, 2013

2012: 'Clinical Practice and Social Theory, British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Group Conference, Leicester, September

Leicester, United Kingdom, 2012

2011: The PROWESS Clinical Trial Conundrum, School of Health and Human Sciences Staff Research Day, University of Essex, July.

Colchester, United Kingdom, 2011

2011: Expert nurses and the division of labour in hospitals, School of Health and Human Sciences, University of Essex, May.

Colchester, United Kingdom, 2011

2010: Expert nurses and the division of labour in hospitals, International Sociological Association, Gothenburg, July.

Gothenburg, Sweden, 2010

2009: Gaining access as a social and problematic phenomenon, Essex Business School Management Group, December.

Colchester, United Kingdom, 2009

2007: Qualitative evaluation of outreach services in critical care, Southern Outreach Forum, Haywards Heath, October.

2007

2007: Evaluating Critical care without walls: the social meaning of an organisational innovation, British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Group Conference, Liverpool, September.

Liverpool, United Kingdom, 2007

2007: Evaluation of critical care outreach services: Results from a qualitative sub-study, National Outreach Forum, Sheffield, March.

Sheffield, United Kingdom, 2007

2007: Knowledge, practice and action: the craft of high technology health care, Department of Sociology, University of Essex, February.

Colchester, United Kingdom, 2007

2006: Problems of Social Access: are ethnographers gossips? Ethnography in Social and Management Sciences Conference, Liverpool, September

Liverpool, United Kingdom, 2006

2006: The social organisation of high technology health care, Department of Health and Human Sciences, University of Essex, February.

Colchester, United Kingdom, 2006

2005: The transition from paediatric to adult services for young people with a chronic illness. British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Group Conference, York, September.

York, United Kingdom, 2005

2004: The craft of high technology medicine. British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Group Conference, York, September.

York, United Kingdom, 2004

2003: Problems in the practice of high technology medicine. British Sociological Association Annual Conference, York, April.

York, United Kingdom, 2003

2002: The organisation of work in intensive care. International Conference on Organisational Behaviour in Health Care, Oxford, March.

Oxford, United Kingdom, 2002

2001: Uncertainty in intensive care work. British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Group Conference, York, September.

York, United Kingdom, 2001

Teaching and supervision

Current teaching responsibilities

  • Introduction to Management and Marketing (BE400)

  • Psychology of Work : A Myers Briggs Perspective (BE421)

  • Personality and Work: a Myers-Briggs Perspective (BE484)

  • Student Success Tutorial (BE917)

  • Independent Study Project: Management/Marketing (BE938)

  • Research Methods in Management and Marketing (BE965)

  • Research Portfolio (BE985)

  • The Director's Workshops (BE860)

Previous supervision

Margareth Keenan
Margareth Keenan
Thesis title: Culture and Diet: Food Choice Among Black African and African-Caribbean Women with Type 2 Diabetes
Degree subject: Public Health (Health Visiting)
Awarded date: 6/6/2016
Margaret Symington Whittaker
Margaret Symington Whittaker
Degree subject: Professional Practice (Health Care)
Degree type: Master of Science
Awarded date: 21/11/2014

Publications

Journal articles (4)

Carmel, S., (2013). The craft of intensive care medicine. Sociology of Health & Illness. 35 (5), 731-745

Carmel, S. and Baker-McClearn, D., (2011). Expert Nurses and the Division of Labour in Hospitals. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine. 16 (3), 282-297

Carmel, S., (2011). Social access in the workplace: are ethnographers gossips?. Work, Employment & Society. 25 (3), 551-560

Baker-McClearn, D. and Carmel, S., (2008). Impact of critical care outreach services on the delivery and organization of hospital care. Journal of Health Services Research & Policy. 13 (3), 152-157

Contact

scarmel@essex.ac.uk
+44 (0) 1206 874769

Location:

EBS.3.61, Colchester Campus

Academic support hours:

You can find details of Academic Support hours on the EBS UG and PG information page on Moodle or by calling EBS Student Services on 01206873911